I’m running behind on posting scrapbook pages again so here goes… I have two beautiful pages from friends to share. I always love to see the different takes on my sketches. We all start with the same idea and then end up with unique creations!
Sharon made this beautiful page with a photo of the morning sunrise reflecting in the windows of her shed. I can’t wait to see the other photos she took that morning! The colors here are so lovely and I just LOVE the metallic orange mesh she added as accents on the page. She used the sketch I posted here.
Marlene is one of my most loyal followers! She has made so many amazing pages with my sketches and I am really grateful that she likes them so much. This page about her two kids is adorable. I love the little tabs on the side of the photo and the way she did the journaling. It’s perfect for this whimsical page! She used sketch #2 as inspiration for her layout.
I have a few pages of my own to share as well. I had a few minutes here and there this week and I managed to come up with three different projects. If I didn’t have my design teams to inspire me I don’t know what I would do when I get into a scrappy rut! Just having the obligation to scrap makes me sit down and start creating. I always end up making something I love even if I’m not into it at first. It’s funny how that happens!
My husband took this photo of Jordan and I curled up in his recliner reading. It's definitely a BIG thing that Jordan inherited from me. She absolutely loves to read. She's 7 and reads on a 4th grade level!
The colors in the September Scraptastic Club kit called "A Walk In The Garden" were perfect with these Easter photos of my kiddos. This page was inspired by sketch #60 from Susan Stringfellow and then I flipped it and embellished the living goodness out of it!
Journaling: Our annual family egg hunt... April 2011.
I also took a close up shot of the die cut flower I put together.
When I saw the mini burlap banner in the September "A Walk In The Garden" kit from Scraptastic Club I knew I had to use it to make a banner. This is what I came up with! I loved how easy it was to work with the feminine colors and the floral accents that came in the main kit and add on.
That’s all for now! I’ll be back soon with another post. Due to all of the chaos with Alexis being hospitalized I will not be offering sketches or templates this month. Everything will go back to “normal” in October!